Martin J. Turner – CV

Currently a Business Relationship Manager for Research IT within the University of Manchester supporting all departments related to e-Science and computational infrastructure, involving working as a project manager for numerous UKRI grants.

Recent secondments as Visualisation Director for the Harwell Imaging Partnership at STFC/RAL and as Group Leader within the Scientific Computing Division in STFC/DL.

Research interests cover a broad background, specialising in visualization and mathematical topics associated with video, image and signal creation, analysis, processing and presentation. This has resulted in a short-term Fellowship with British Telecom, a published book Fractal Geometry in Digital Imaging by Academic Press, a series of editorial roles within proceedings, over 100 peer reviewed publications; and supervised to completion twenty successful MPhil/PhD students. Teaching has covered all academic levels from undergraduate to postgraduate; and is an Honorary Lecturer in Computer Science emphasizing at the MSc and PhD level. A University EIM (Emergency Incident Manager) and IT Services ITEM manager.

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The University of Manchester
(2004 – 2022)
From 2015, Business Relationship Manager for Research IT. Previously roles from 2009-15 as External Service Developments Manager, and from 2004-09 as Visualization Team Leader of Manchester Visualization Centre. 2004- Honorary Lecturer at Computer Sciences.

STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council)
(2012 – 2021)
Seconded as the Visualisation Group Leader for the SCD (2013-17); Visiting Scientist from 2017-21 and previously Seconded as the Visualisation Director for the Harwell Imaging Partnership from 2012-15.

De Montfort University
(1994 – 2004)
2003-2004 Joint responsibility Virtual Environment Centre, 1999-2003 Course Leader for the Advanced Masters in Digital Signal and Image Processing and Head for Centre of Signal and Image Processing, Institute of Simulation Sciences, 1997-2004 Lecturer then Senior Lecturer Computing Science and Engineering,1994-1997 Research Fellow.